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Innopreneurship : turning bright ideas into breakthrough business for your company

Author: Gary S Lynn; Norman M Lynn
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Probus Pub., ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Innovate or stagnate! From the mouths of auto executives and headlines in the business press, companies around the world are being told they must change the way they do business or face extinction. But innovation does not come easily and can rarely be dictated by today's corporate culture--it comes from the people who really manage and operate the business. Surprisingly, companies almost defy their employees to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary S Lynn; Norman M Lynn
ISBN: 1557382905 9781557382900
OCLC Number: 26339526
Description: xii, 251 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Nothing Ventured ... Everything Lost: Innovate or Stagnate --
Ch. 2. Following the "Yellow Brick Road": Mapping Your Journey --
Ch. 3. Word to the Whys: Creative Engendering Ideas --
Ch. 4. Few Good Words Are Worth a Thousand Good Intentions: Documentation --
Ch. 5. On a Scale of 1 to 10 ... : Idea Evaluation --
Ch. 6. Your Right Hand Can't Wash Your Right Arm: Teamwork and Cooperation --
Ch. 7. Plan Your Work Until You Can Work Your Plan: Developing the I-Plan --
Ch. 8. Ringing the Register: Selling Your Idea to Your Company --
Ch. 9. At the End of the Rainbow, How Much of the Pot is Yours?: Negotiating Rewards --
Ch. 10. Policing Your Good Ideas: Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, and More --
Ch. 11. Doing Everything Right: Earning Corporate Support --
Ch. 12. So What?: What Have We learned? --
Appendix A: Brainstorming Briefing Document --
Appendix B: New Product Evaluation --
Appendix C: I-Plan Forms --
Appendix D: Sample Patent Search.
Responsibility: Gary S. Lynn & Norman M. Lynn.

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"Innovate or stagnate! From the mouths of auto executives and headlines in the business press, companies around the world are being told they must change the way they do business or face extinction. But innovation does not come easily and can rarely be dictated by today's corporate culture--it comes from the people who really manage and operate the business. Surprisingly, companies almost defy their employees to innovate." "In Innopreneurship, authors Gary and Norman Lynn show both corporate management as well as individual employees how to create, adopt, sell and implement innovative ideas within the corporate structure." "Innovation is not just about creativity, though--good ideas are a dime a dozen. Successful innovation, as this book shows, depends on getting an idea adopted or bought by all levels of the company--a process that really comes down to forging a dynamic link between the changing wants of the customer and the evolving skills, assets and strategic goals of the company and its employees. Most importantly, innovation is about teamwork. Innopreneurship shows both employees and managers how to build a sense of cohesiveness among the different levels and functions of the organization--a critical part of becoming innovative." "A complete blueprint for management and a guidebook for employees, Innopreneurship takes the confusion out of developing and implementing new ideas by showing employees how to evaluate their ideas, create a plan, inspire colleagues to "sign up", establish the team, and most importantly, earn corporate support." "Innopreneurship is a the tour de force in creativity, teamwork, management and innovation."--BOOK JACKET.

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